TAFE NSW Visual Arts graduates are making their mark on the thriving arts sector in an expertly curated exhibition in Lismore this month.
From 16 November to 20 November, the works of several talented TAFE NSW Lismore Visual Arts graduates will be on display at TAFE NSW Lismore’s Drill Hall and Space Gallery.
TAFE NSW Head Teacher of Creative and Design Ideation Rohan Langford said the exhibition is testament to the dedication, commitment and hard work of the Diploma of Visual Arts graduates.
“The exhibition is a great opportunity for the graduates to showcase their impressive creative skills across a range of disciplines including drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture,” Mr Langford said.
“The Diploma of Visual Arts is a hands-on course which provides students with the opportunity to hone their artistic talent, develop their professional practice and build their individual profile as an artist so they can work successfully across the artistic and creative industries.”
TAFE NSW graduate and Nimbin local Julie De Lorenzo said she is very much looking forward to the exhibition, as it is a great opportunity to showcase her work.
“I found the course very useful and stimulating. It’s centered on improving our art practice, becoming more professional and extending our involvement in the art industry, and the exhibition is a very important part of that,” Ms De Lorenzo said.
“I look forward to continuing to develop my work and to gain exposure in the industry so that I can share my ideas and creativity with the world, and ultimately inspire others to do the same.”
To enrol in a Visual Arts course at TAFE NSW, visit www.tafensw.edu.au, or call 131 601.
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